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Concluding scientific postscript to the significance of the ever-expanding Jewish Library.

Lesson 10. Conclusion

Lesson 10. Conclusion

Scroll Down - Part 10


Lesson 10. Conclusion: Scroll Down - Part 10

Concluding scientific postscript to the significance of the ever-expanding Jewish Library.
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Barbara Washington September 24, 2017

I enjoyed this course. It was informative and entertaining at the same time. There is so much to read to learn from in Jewish thinking. Thank you for giving a guideline of the progression of Jewish thought. Reply

Aharon\Rosenzweig May 15, 2017

amazing Reply

Michael Chighel Jerusalem December 23, 2016

Systematic approach to reading? Dear Sergey,

I honestly think that the best way to approach what to read first and second and so on is precisely an *unsystematic* way.

The Torah itself, and likewise the Talmud, are not overtly systematic. In this way they imitate life. Children pick up language and knowledge in bits and pieces, and that's a good way to do things. That's how Rabbi Akiva picked up his Torah knowledge, organizing it all in his head after it was stored away in there.

So I suggest that the best approach to the Torah library should resemble the common approach to a giant dessert table: Taste and much on what strikes your fancy! Reply

Richard Raff December 22, 2016

You know I can read On Rosh Chodesh I need to start this practice and from there ,well, only the mazal will guide my learning. Great class B'H Reply

Anonymous December 21, 2016

Thank you, MICHAEL CHIGHEL Wonderful, wonderful course. I learned so much from this course. I hope you make more course. Thank you for you enthusiasm, creativity and hard-work. Reply

Sergey Shevchuk Jicin October 5, 2016

Where to start? (Million of thanks for the course) I was and I am inspired to read, by I am lost after two years to non-systematized reading. Reading from the very beginning does not work and I cannot really find a source. Please, advise what should I start from?

Yes, I didn't have any Jewish education but still believe, it is never late to start.

Many thanks for the course, I want more. Reply

Tim R Muncie, IN September 7, 2016

Please, please make more courses like these. The classes were enjoyable, incredibly informative, and very well done. Dr. Chigal was a superb teacher. Please do identical format on, say, Breshit or Talmud. Love them! Reply

Ilja September 5, 2016

Thank you, for these wonderful lessons, I have learned so much and had so much fun watching and listening. Again thank you and God bless you! Reply


Hello Dr. Chigel! As you know I wrote down before I am so glad to encounter this kind of teachings! I read in a response that you are going to develope a course for jewish history... when is it? Where can I be informed about it? Thank you! Reply

Sara Rockoff Canoga Park August 18, 2016

THANK YOU!!! What a great service you are doing... Great sense of humor too... very engaging and informative... THANK YOU! Reply

Ann Levit Sydenham, Jhb., South Africa August 11, 2016

Thank You Thank You it was very refreshing and entertaining whilst learning

Judy Freedman Hashmonaim, Israel August 10, 2016

Thank you. We want more... please Reply

Richard Karsh MD Colorado Springs, CO August 9, 2016

As many others have commented, thank you for this course. I have probably absorbed 25% of it, but it has further enhanced my embracement and understanding of my heritage. Although my background is by no means Chasidic or even Orthodox, I have found a marvelously welcoming Chabad here in Colorado Springs. Reply

Anonymous Arizona August 9, 2016

Thank you! Thank you Dr. Chigal for a wonderful course. It was easy for this novice to learn and understand.
I look forward to the next series. Reply

Shlomo Rosenzweig Toronto August 9, 2016

A mastepiece! Thank you! This is really a masterpiece!! I only hope that these videos will reach all Jews as well as interested gentiles the world over. Thank you Dr Chighel for this great gift! Reply

Virginia Chai Laramie August 9, 2016

Thank you I am very blessed by this series, I truly repect your deep dedication to the Holy Scriptures. It truly seems like the tip of an enormous iceberg,of which Im hoping to continue to learn more. Please continue to share with the world this blessed insight, for in it we find life. I would peraonally love, to hear about the insights you have gleaned in your study. Im sure they would bless as you have in this series. Again thank you!! Reply

inge reisinger zwickau August 8, 2016

thank you so much for this wonderful lessons they reflected real chabadnic soul the joy inside i love it hope the next classes come soon Reply

Levi Johannesburg August 8, 2016

That was an incredible course Thank you very much for the great job at teaching. What a job! Reply

Julie Jeorge August 7, 2016

Thank you Thank you Rabbi for this wonderful course.You have given us so much of your time and effort in preparing this for us. I was able to follow along easily and have not only learned much but also can't wait for your next class! There is so much information available to us in the Jewish Library and yes I will read as you have requested to us! Thank you. Reply

Linda Sponenburgh FL August 6, 2016

Excellent job. Thank you. I learned and what better is there to say than that.
Shalom, Reply

Scroll Down is designed to initiate auditors into a first acquaintance with the Torah and with Jewish history and ideas. The video lessons are presented at an introductory level of Jewish Studies at college.
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